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Samuel Pepys wrote a diary for about ten years covering the return of Charles II to Engand, the great fire of London, the plague a year earlier in 1665 and his love life along with all of the taverns and inns he visited along the way.
A whole host of Tradesmens tokens between 1648 and 1672 of many public houses, taverns, ins etc. A book load.
The pubs and taverns mentioned in Pepys diary.
London Taverns. The history of signboards, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day.
Some taverns and coffee houses being attached to Masonic Lodges (1725-1810)
Ancient Inns of Southwark
Famous Southwark Inns - Henry C Shelley
Inns and Taverns further afield - Henry C Shelley
Inns and Taverns east of St Pauls
Taverns of Fleet street
Taverns west of Temple bar.
The Taverns of Fleet street
Coffee houses - a historyAnd Last updated on: Wednesday, 30-Mar-2022 15:28:15 BST